A lot of people wanting driving lessons for themselves, a child or spouse make their first question how much do you charge? Which in some ways is understandable in these days of tight budgets, and we all like a bargain don’t we? However more importance should be placed on how good is the instructor, is he going to teach me or my child or spouse to be an excellent safe driver who is able to deal with any situation they may be confronted with, bearing in mind they will possibly be driving into their 70’s or 80’s. Rather than just being able to pass a driving test.

I work sensible hours which keeps me fresh and alert, a lot of instructors work much longer hours some of them 7 days a week until 11pm. If you have one of these people teaching you do you think you will get the instructors full and undivided attention? Of course you won’t, they will be too tired.

These instructors are the ones charging £60 for 5 lessons which equals £12 per lesson. I’ve also seen lessons advertised at £9. Do you think you will get the best possible lessons at all times when you pay as little as this for your lessons? Of course you will not. Remember if it looks too good to be true it probably is.

So why do they advertise these low cost lessons? It’s because they are not very good instructors and can only get their customers with low prices, as opposed to the very few instructors like myself who get their customers based on professionalism, quality and value for money.

With a good instructor you will spend less, enjoy your lessons and achievements and will not waste your time in the car, you only want to do this once, so learn with the best.

Why not give me a try?

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Thank you Steve so much for your patience and enjoyable lessons, i passed the first time and i am very excited at being able to drive on my own now. I really will miss my lessons with you but a huge thank you again, see you soon for my pass plus.

Jordy February 22, 2015